Lecture: “Is a Good God Logically Possible?” 至善的上帝逻辑上可能吗？
主讲人：James P. Sterba (美国圣母大学哲学系教授)
Philosophy Professor, University of Notre Dame, US
Location: Room, B214, School of Philosophy, 振华楼B214
Time: June 13 (Wed), 3:00pm-5:00pm 6月13日
Summary: In philosophy today, most atheists and theists agree that the existence of an all good, all powerful God is logically possible. Atheists then argue that while possible such a God is very improbable. Theists, in contrast, argue that such a God is not only possible but also very probable. In this talk, I argue that both the atheists and the theists have got it wrong. The existence of an all good, all powerful God, I will show, is logically impossible given the degree and amount of evil in our world.